YONECO organized a

cookery session that was attended by 13 women from the area of Traditional Authority (T/A) Mulilima in Chikwawa district.

The women who attended the session are members of various Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLAs) who have ventured into the business of cooking and selling various delicacies like samosas, fritters as well as doughnuts.
Thus, the session was aimed at improving the quality of these delicacies so that they should be more marketable for the women to earn much.
YONECO has been supporting economic empowerment initiatives as one way of preventing Gender Based Violence (GBV) as well as ensuring that parents are able to provide for their children.

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